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Jul 7, 2011 10:00am PDT
by, you know, some big cultural institution to make their work. and it does-- it makes it possible for a lot of people who wouldn't have access to art-making to have access to it. we want to talk some more about the battle itself and the path through the courts, but if you answer this question-- why in the world does it make sense for somebody who's working in rockford, illinois, to have some money taken from his paycheck to fund your work? why not keep government out of the arts? well, one of the things is-- this is one of the arguments that people would often say: "you know, if the majority of people in this country "didn't like your work, why should they have to pay for it?" well, of course, the majority of people haven't seen my work. but this really goes to the question-- a couple of key questions about what is the role of minorities and minority expression in a majority-rule system that we supposedly have? does this mean that minorities have no rights? you know, and do we have no access to speaking? and it also goes to the question-- i think this whole arts question is about
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